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A route map on formal+informal cyber-education, ethical e-Learning 3.0, cyber-activism and social responsibility.
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22 image-editing tools to make your pictures pop

22 image-editing tools to make your pictures pop | Personal [e-]Learning Environments |
Do you need to resize that photo for Facebook, or add a cool filter to make it stand out on Pinterest? Whatever your photo-editing needs, these tools have you covered.

Via Cendrine Marrouat -
IMA-EDU.GR's curator insight, March 15, 2013 5:44 PM

Μήπως πρέπει να αλλάξετε το μέγεθος τη φωτογραφία για το Facebook, ή να προσθέσετε ένα δροσερό φίλτρο για να το κάνουν να ξεχωρίζει στο Pinterest; Όποια και αν είναι φωτογραφία-μοντάζ ανάγκες σας, τα εργαλεία αυτά σας καλύπτει.

Cendrine Marrouat -'s comment, March 17, 2013 2:55 AM
You are welcome, Martin!
Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, April 14, 2013 12:14 PM

Good tools to help all of us

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10 Ways College Students Use Technology | Edudemic (Infographic)

10 Ways College Students Use Technology | Edudemic (Infographic) | Personal [e-]Learning Environments |


Did you know that a new study from NortonLive shows "that 1/3 of college students find technology issues to be among their top three stressors (even more so than financial issues or studying for finals)."

This infographic provides additional findings such as:

* the average amount spent on technology was $760

* a laptop/desktop computer malfunction would be a "complete disaster" according to 81%

For more information check out the infographic.

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JeanR's curator insight, November 17, 2014 4:33 PM

Technology is very important to almost everything I do. My college applications are done via technology, my job is done via technology, and most of my entertainment is through technology. If I was to have a groundbreaking issue with my computer I would be unable to do my job, unable to work on my college applications, and have a major source of entertainment cut off. It would be very stressful to have technology problems especially if it was during a dire time such as having a project due or my manager needs something done, and it could certainly cost more than 760$ which is a huge amount of money out of my pocket. Getting ready for college would mean having to prepare several stops and precautions for technology failures and problems.